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LIGHTING DESIGN PARTNERSHIP (LDP), AUSTRALIA
•New International DohaPrincipals: AndreTammes,
Airport, QatarDhruvajyoti Ghose, Mike Grunsell,
•Indira Gandhi NationalRohan Abdullah
Centreofthe Arts, Delhi
–next phaseEstablished: 1984 in UK, 1996 in
Australia
Favourite piece of kit:
Offices: Sydney,Auckland, Perhaps our laser measur-
Singapore, Shanghai ing tape embodies some
of the characteristics thatEmployees: 24 (18M :6F)
we look for.Ituses light
and technology to provideAnnual turnover: £1.4 million
atool that is puremagic.
Completely irreplaceable. dent field of work that, one day,may qualify
Notable projects: as aprofession.
•Clarke Quay,Singapore Best thing about the lighting design
•Kuala Lumpur Convention Centre profession: The futureoflighting design?
•Federation Square, Melbourne It’sgenerally populated by interesting and In the minds of the wider world it will remain
nice people. It’salso developing constantly peripheral until it is subjected to an external-
Current /upcoming projects: and coming to be seen as genuinely useful. ly verifiable cre dentialing programme, which
•Tamar Central Government and Legislative allows clients and project managers to con-
Council Complex, Hong Kong If you could change one thing... fidently select and evaluate lighting design-
•Southbank Cultural Precinct Redevelop- Encourage young lighting designers not to ers. In the meantime, they will continue to
ment, Melbourne work within building services companies in make the world abetter place and reduce
•Salmiya Public Park Development, Kuwait order to help to grow agenuinely indepen- the energy costs involved in doing so.
Principal: Ingo Bracke LICHTRAUMKUNST,GERMANY
•Glow festival, EIndhoven Best thing about the lighting designEstablished: 1999
•Smart Light Festival, Sydney profession:
Office: Saarbrücken To work at night and sleep during the day...
Current /upcoming projects:
Employees: 2(1M :1F) •Guerilla Lighting Project for an ecologigal If you could change one thing...
electricity plant in Berlin and Bonn Reducing light emission and energy wast-Annual turnover: Approx € 150,000
•Loreley rock ing.
•Fraunhofer Institut
•Football Stadion, Kaiserslautern The futureoflighting design?Notable projects:
Therewill be areduction in the amount of•Bachhaus, Eisenach
Favourite piece of kit: light used and agrowing awarenessofthe•Loreley Rock, Rhine Valley
0,7 mm Pencil and drawing paper and gobo public about the quality of light.•ETA Building Technical University,Kaiser-
kit with my customer designs.slautern
Principals: Louis and Emmanuel LIGHT-CIBLES, FRANCE
Clair •Esplanade Theatreonthe Bay,Singapore lighting designers.Wefollow the rules of
•C2/T3 Airports, Dubai architectureand promote the independenceEstablished: 1983
of this profession. We do not agree with the
Current /upcoming projects: manufacturers making free lighting consul-Offices: Paris, Madrid, Singapore,
•OrchardCentral and Resort World of tancies that arekilling our job.Tianjin (China)
Sentosa, Singapore
Employees: 24 (6M :18F) •CNIT,Paris If you could change one thing...
Architects specialising in lighting, respon-
Annual turnover: Approx € 2million Favourite piece of kit: sible for design, cost evaluation and con-
Our video conferencing facility in order to struction conditions.
Notableprojects: work with our overseas offices.
•NotreDame de Paris,Mont Saint Michel The futureoflighting design?
•Arche de La Défense, Paris Best thing about the lighting design Lighting designers can just survive, not
•Fenghua Bridge, Tianjin profession: prosper,ifarchitects become lighting de-
We are free, indepenent, professional signers.
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